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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 14 October 1871

Business & Professional Cards.! pmscott. EIIKKNUKUG. WICKEN1HJKG. GENERAL CROOK'S CAMPAIGN. (couiirsroxDcvor. of tub ,iona miscb My lat letter was written from McDow oil. Arriving there, timt!K ial won! wm rev reived from General Crook that the Peace Commissioner had enmo out, find that the war was virtually stopped; that even if the OoimnWsion hud only certain field of opera tion, the Indinn, if pursued, would of oourn run on anil ofT their rosorvatiom as they av (It rendering jwrfectly useles any work of the troop. Troop F," 3d Cavalry, Captain Alex. Moore, was sent to Tucson. Troop IT, 3d Cavalry Captain Frank Stanwood and Lieutenant Robinon, A. Q. M. was ordered to Camp Grant, and Troop 1), 3d cavalry CapUin Guy V. Henry and Liout. Win. II. Anderson 'was to return to Camp Aiwche, in order to escort to their homo?, (and at the Nirac time to prevent them faom .killing any of Uie hostile Indians, giving the l'eace Com missioner any cause of complaint), the Apa che Indians of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 21 October 1871

ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VIII. I'UESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1871. NUMBER 42. The Arizona Minor I Published Erory Saturday Morning, l'RESCOTT, YAVAl'Al COUNTY,' ARIZONA, My J. II. MAHION .V: C. TKltMS -INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HUJIHCUITTION": Ono Copy, On Year $7 00 " " Six Months 4 00 " Throe Months 2 50 Sin sin Copies, 25 Ono square, one time, $.'1.00; each additional time, f 1.S0. Knch additional aquarvamo rate. A liberal discount will be made to persons con tinuing the fame advertisement for three, ilx, or twelve months. Professional and bushiest card Inserted upo reasonable terms. T o to Jl r i ii t i n g . Tlir. MtN'Cn officii U Wr.51 Mitt'd with Presses, I'Ulu, Fancy and Ornamuntal Type, and the pro. prletor are determined to execute all work with which they may be I vvored In the neatest and best tylc fifthc art. Work may he ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cash, It will bo promptly executed and cent by mall, or ti directe...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 21 October 1871

Trctt, .A.H:sorm 'XVirrltory. HATURUAY MORNINO, OCTOUKK 21, 1STI. ARTESIAN WELLS. It is a matter well worthy of notice by the people of Arizona that very many of the farmers of California now rely almost solely upon artesian water for irrigation. Time was when that State, like Arizona at this day, presented her cultivated fields only along the banks of strcsms, depending, as do our farm ers at present, upon Nature's water-coursfs as the source whence the nccckry water for irrigation must bo obtained. Hut the pro- j Kress of the age demanded something more The elevated table lauds, moistened only by occasional shower, produced wild grasses in abundance, furnishing food for tens of thous and of cattle, horses and sheep. It was evi dent that only an abundant supply of water were necessary to make the whole upland country " blossom as tho rose ;' the soil giv ing evidence, every season, of what it might lc made to produce. Tho introduction of the system of artesian watering became a nec...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 21 October 1871

vast. Local Intelligence. 1'hk.icott, October 21, 1S71. MINES AND MINING. 'The jiroceeJIng which mainly clmrncterzed tbo orUoiii of the enrly prosectors In Arliona was their steadfast pnrsnltof gold and their ut ter contempt Tor deposit of any or the other racial.- A far hack as ltifll our mountain were Infested hy ardent prospectors who lnccd no more tIuc upon a lede ol silver ore than Is at present accredited a lcd(;c of Krnnltc. Hence the H majority of the raluahlo ledges of allvcr which are, erery week, bef developed, bear evidence ,of having been discovered, prospected aud aban doned In pad ycart. Home ol onr early Immi grant men who have traveled over nlrnoit ev ery, foot of ground In Central aud Northern Ari zona are now beginning to Iccl that among the many ledges which they oncu prospected forgold( may exist deposit of silver that will render tt re examination profltnblc. Such Is the cau which lhas, at Intennls since the discovery of the Tiger Ijode, ieut many parties of pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 21 October 1871

IMtKSCOTT. PKICSCOTT. EHRENBEKG. AVICIvENJJUJtG. CV - Establishing Reservations, Etc. The following communications from Vin cent Colver vV,l cxnlain themselves. The- introductory remark' contained in that ad dressed to General G rover, at Cuinp Verde, arc characteristic of the writer the greatest slanderer of white men, hypocrite, and im postor in America : Camp Wiitrru:, A. T., October 5, 1871. llretct Major Central George Crook, Command ing Department of Arizona, Fort Whipple, PrtscoU, A. T: Or.VKii.it.: As there is a number of Hual pal Indians reported to bo in a destitute con dition.in the neighborhood of lieidc Springs Camp. A. T who have lately been peace able, will you havo the kindness to pco that they aro fed, protected and otherwise cared for, agreeably to the orders of tho War Ucpattmcnt ortteu. Washington, l). v.,. July lath ami 51st, mi. Tho reservation within which the above order will apply shall bo temporary, and ex tend for the distance of ono mile around the croups...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 28 October 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VIII. I'RKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNIXG, OCTOMik 28, 1871. NUMBER 43. . . . . . The Arizona Miner U PublLihod Every Saturday Morninc, ...T.... I'RBaCOTT, VAVAl'AI COUNTY, ARIZONA, lly J. II. MAHION & Co. TERMS INVAKIA1U.Y IN ADVANCE. H IJIiSO III rXIOX: Ono Copy, One Year " Six Month ' Thren Month. Slnsle ConUw ..$700 ,. 4 00 .. 2 50 25 A-DVIRirriBIN'O: On niiare, one time, fSi.OO; e.ich additional tlrnr, lliO. Bach addltlon.il aqimro, nmo rate. A liberal dincoitnt will Imj made to iioraon con tinuing the name advertisement for three, lx, or tw 'Ito month. l'rofesiloiul and limine, canl Inserted upo reasonable term. Job Y r i ii t i n . Tun Mimkii olllce U well uppllcd with l'reea, Plain. Fancy and Ornamental iyi and tlie pro. prletor are determined to esccutc ll work with which they may be lavored In the neatcut and beet tylc of the art. Work may be ordered from any part of the Territory, and, when accompanied with the cnli, It will he prompt...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 28 October 1871

Mmx. J'rMoott, yvrli'.onu rJ'itsrltry. .SATUIUUY MOKNIN'W, tlCTOHKIt . 1T1. "FOR THE GOOD OF THE SERVICE." (iencr.il Crook and hi tatr officer are doing everything In their power to ameliorate the condition ol' enlisted men in thi.s Torn tory, ami, hereafter, we may look for fewer d8ortion from the ranks, lor .1 hftter Mute of di-scipHwe. nnl more general contentment among tio troop. It W tlio policy of Gen eral Crook, ami likewise of Genural Tompkin, to bare Cflo greater part of whatever labor may he necewryat military pnts performed by cvuxetH, and to employ tin soldier as soldier not . laborer, as in timet pat. It i jierfectly consistent with common Winac that desertion from the Army 'bwM have lreti nnmerou. M'-n ent out here .v m1 ilier toon found that their 13 pr month would, according to the rate of trade in Ari zona, amount to le, perbap, than 5 at the Kait; and yet, for this paltry Mini, they were obliged to labor all day. and frequently Until guard every night. All this was...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 28 October 1871

tic Local Iiit!l.igciic: 1'ihmuott, October 2S, 1371. Prcscott Prices. Odd dint t worth ft oin 10 to $30 per ounce. . greenback dollar l wottli 00 cent gold. ViMltTAIII.US : Potatoes (Irlfh) S cts per pound; cabbage T . f, (ciiti ; onions, 10 cts, uiirrois 0 ctr,, tomatoes 12 i tit j butler froh ?l,-5 lcr pound, Katerti from v r 1 ,00, (.'.illtonila from Me to 7Tc. Kkk ! VJ " r dozen, l'lotir irom i'J to !. Sugar I mi ;J0t to .V)c retail. L'olfou from HOc to JiOc. .Sit table 25c. Kl-e ft'lc. I'oarl Il.irlny criiwi elli .VH.'. Spice Irom 7fc to tl. Caudlet fi nnd i'J per box. tfoiipit box of ten pounds. MEATS Hccf jlctoSOc. MmIIoii Vie to 15. Vonl 30e. Knili Pork S5c- Hacon 15. I.ard S0 retail. 11 1) i worth from (HO to 150 por ton, delivered; wood, f' per cord; ahliigMts, about 10 per M ; lumber Irom tlu to tflO tier M. Hotrd, 81 to 110 JH.T week ; wages, from tl to i per dl'in. dial oil till for about fXW pr gallon. Hoot. lioc. mid ilolluiig ol all kind arts cheap. The iol of freig...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 28 October 1871

OH' Indian Treaties. Tho Indian situation in Arizona U peculiar. l-nt Spring Won. Crook, who hail won great honor as a suceefiil peace-maker in Eastern Oregon, was sent tn Arizona to make peace with tho Attache in tho same way. Arrived in the new district, he began a sys tematic survey of tho situation and prepara tion for K-ace. Of course, these preparation wore the obtaining of guides and a knowl edge of tho country, as well as treaty mak ing supplies of powder and ball, with men to distribute them. When ready, he started on his mission, lie had not, however, been gone long before, from the cast, appear one Vincent Colyer and others, claiming to be sent ns " Peace Commissioners from Washing ton, to gather the Apaches on Reservations and make treaties with them on paper. At this hampering of Gen. Crook, the patient and people of Arizona are justly indignant. Side by side with articles denunciatory of Colyer and his mission the trapers print de tails of Apache atrocities. Instead of...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 4 November 1871

1 1 m THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME VIII. l'KKSCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER '1, 1871. NUMBER 44. The Arizona Miner Published Every Saturday Moridne, OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. CHICAGO. LETTER FROM TUCSON. Washington, October G, 1871. , AT. J'ltF.SCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, AKIZONA, lly .1. II. MAUION fc Co. TKItMS-INVAKIAHIiY IS ADVANCE. sunscunTioN line Hopy, One Year. - Six Moulin.. .1 Throe Months, S!t?le Cople .$700 . 4 00 . 250 25 CUM) KIMS AND Till! I.01IVIBT. Hut two month romuin before this body meets. The Capitol building 1ms been put in order, both chambers present a neat and tasty appearance. Some changes have been made throughout thu building, such as widen ing the passages, etc. As the time draws near for tho owning of this body, the bustle and hum of business throughout the" depart ments aro quite apparent. Already n ntimlier of familiar faces arc to bo seen, on our streets and around tho dill'erent offices. Tlio capital mover, tho inevitable office-seeker and t...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 4 November 1871

MUX. SATCItDAV MOKN'IN'O, NOVKMUEI: 4, 1871. ' ZHE SOUTHERN BORDER. ' :...v .. " , Xhejiistory of civilized nation since the dawnrof tW Christian Bra furnisher no id stanco of Governmental imbecility and folly boddc which a faithful recital of public af fair on the Southern frontiers of the United States will, to day, favorably compare. The condition of Arizonadw .Mexico and Texa 1 nothing less than nn outrage against the age and civilization in which we lire. Set tler", claiming all the prerogative of citizens of a mighty- Government, and entitled to all, have but the privilcgo which early colonist onlsonao of, the island of the Eat liulic-i en joyed, that of defending their lives agafost assassins, while at labor, or abando.rring the project of colonization as an alternative. -iirh'luaders of our tUivernrpent, with their boastful fanaticism upon the part of one act, and tWfore'of 7ltjntler on tb prtf Anoth er, 4vill not. tako example from tho past. Although it may not bo said of u...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 4 November 1871

00 J,ocnl Inlcllieiicc. I'ltnscoTT, November 4, 1871. Tbo Bogua Diamonds. In a former Issue of tbo MlScn we mentioned Urlitct that llic I'lnnl prospector, In the course of their peregrination amonjf tbo mountain, r.i 117 nml cailnna of the Interior, picked up mv. eril stones which some supposed to be "dia mond In tbe rough." It U hardly necessary to , t.ite that they proved, uoii examination, to b tiluelcst, yet motlicr nntnro put them up with Intent to deceive. One of tbeie atonet Lstided u ft few days nijo by a Ktnlleraan who (.instituted an Individual member of the I'lnnl expedition, to exactly resembles nn ej;, both In caior and form, that the shrewdest hen In the ountry inli;ht hatch out her very existence In an tifjrt to brln:; a chicken from lu crystal depth, sod never discover thit she had been " sold." lon breaking this f tone wo found within the leml-transparent crust, which U about one-eighth of an Inch thlik, ft cavity literally filled with beau, t.ful prUoms of rock cry...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 4 November 1871

From McDowell. WICKEN1JUUG. EHRKXBEKG. (SB' THE INDIAN QUESTION IN ARIZONA Among the ablest articles written upon the Imlinti troubles in Anxuiia, which lmvo come to our notice, It communication from some unknown per.on in Prescott, who sigtn himself " New Englantlcr," to Kerry Siturday, u weekly journal published in Norton, Mnssa chu'ett. A foul misrepresentation, by tho journal in question, of the so-called Camp Grant Massacre, was the cause which influ enced "New Enylander" to explain. After having descanted faithfully upon tho series of murders and robberies by which tho citi zens were aroused, he tells of tho pursuit, which led tho pursuers, on the trail of the Indians to Camp Grant reservation. Ho then proceeds as follows : "Who arc tho people of Arizona? and what is their character ? It seems to bo sup posed at tho East that they are u blood thirsty and rapacious people, every man the enemy of his neighbor, and nil in unison Keeking the blood of the Indians I If such be their...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 November 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUMK YJII. I'KESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORXING, NOVEMBER 11, 1871. NUMBER 45. The Arizona Minor la Publlshod Every Saturday Moraine, AT..- l'RESCOTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, lly .1. II. .MARION ; Co. TERMS -INVAHIAH1.Y IN ADVANCE. Htrn.a ui i ,i.,icr One Copy, One Year " Six Month " Three Months, , StngU Copies, ..S70O . 4 00 , . 2 50 25 A.T "V 10 1 VVl S IX C: On iuin onii time, J!! .00: unch additional time, 1.50. Each additional square, same rate. A littoral discount will be made to person con tinuing the same lulviTiibcmotu lor uiroe, six, or twelve month!. TrofriuIotKil ami limine card Inserted npo reasonable term. T o 1 J? i i n t i n y . 'TltK MtNTll oflice l well supplied with l'rcMes, Tlaln, Fancy ami Ornamental Typo. ami tins pro prietor are determined to esecuto all work with which they maybe favored In the neatest and best ttyle of the art. Work may he ordered from sny part of the Territory, ailfl, when accompanied with the rath, It will he ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 November 1871

Prc'ioott, A.risfuim Territory. SATCUDAY MOHN1HM, NOVF.MBKIt 11, ! " '. 1 . - - - - , " VOT AUTHORITY " ! Thou; who read our articlo last week, un dir thiSlfift(l, will remember that wc cau tionwSaUjo public ugaint placing any reliance upon the reKirt circulated above the signa ture of ono Piper, an Indian Agent in New Mexico, to the effect that Cachis had applied . j to the naid agent, at the Canada Alamosa ret crvation, and askod for poacc, and that the j agest had received him, etc. Wc believed, ami still believe, that the report was made by direct instruction from Colycr and that it xr devoid of truth ; and now, fiom New Mexico comer a statement which proves tho justico of our deduction: ''It is said by those who have known Cachis,'' says the Las Cru ces Borderer, "that this Indian him that Pi pr holds forth as CachUj does not answer the description at all." Xo, gentlemen of the Indian King, treach ery, falsehood and deceit arc the agents through which you hope for success; but ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 November 1871

ft. HHI THE WICKENBUnO HORKOH. Murder and Robbory on tho Highway. Local liitvlliKViiec. I'urcoTT, November 11, 1671. Accident nt Brndhaw. A painful ami probably fatal accident occurred t llradshaw about the lnltur part of last week. A workman known ni " French Tom," whoie proper tmtne l Thomas Ilotlkllln, In thu employ of tbe Tlcr Compniy, while at work on ibu wititl lu, by some accident tumbled Into the shntt which ltml been sunk to the depth of ninety feet. At the d pth of eighty feet wu platform made of plue plank, two Inches thick; thl hardly more than served to break the force of hi till; for striking upon the middle of the platform the jianWs neetncd to olfer but lltllo resistance, and paulnj; through he wn precipitated to the bot tom, a distance of somewhat more than nine feet. lieu uken up he km quite insensible and sev eril minutes elapsed before ho pare any Indies Iiju that Hf-- wl 1101 extinct. Soon, however, he returned to life If not to consciousness, aud at ltct accoun...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 11 November 1871

Justico to Arizonans. Tbc " lawless rufllntu " wlio constitute the citizen inhabitant: of Arizona who uwrdtr-c-1 Mr. Uolyer anil tli-n sivayuly tnutiluti'd his body; who wantonly burn Indians at tbo 6take ; who keep up an agitation in the Ter ritory, jtut for the pleasure of having them eelres killed from titno to time; who thoot one another "on bight'' for the bare pratill cation of annoying the Oodly people of New Kngland; who" " rob tlio Government" as a means of obtaining subsistence, anil who are constantly engaged in othor kindred aets, to the knowledge of the whole world ; and yet have never been dotcctcil in the execution of any unlawful act, no perfect their watrliful nessand cunning aro scourged(7) in the fol lowing manner by the San Francisco Iiulletin: "At last xccounU, Gen. Crook had suspen ded hostilo operations in order to give the I'eaco Commissioners full swing, but we ure reliably informod that the General in view of the fact that the Apaches have warred upon the M...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 November 1871

THE WEEKLY ARIZONA MINER. VOLUME YIN. l'RESCOTT, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1871. NUMBER 4G. The Arizona Miner It Publish si Evory Saturday Moruins. . ..AT,... PRE8COTT, YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA, II .1. II. M VHIO.V & Co. TERMS IN V Alt I AIM. Y IN ADVANCE. SUIlSJCItlPTION": Oao Copy, One Year $7 00 Six Month" 4 00 ' Three Months 2 50 Slnirls Copies, 25 A.uvif.irnsiN'O: Onn'sqnsrc. one tlin, M.OO; esph sddKlonsI lin, Sl-V). Each additional autiJirr. a.imn rale. A lllxral discount will he mvle to persons con tinuing the Mine advertisement for thrsc, six, or twelve mouths. Professional and business cards Inserted opo reasonable terra. .T o 1 T i i n t i n fx . The Minsk office U well supplied with Prees. Vlaln, Kney ami Ornamental Type, anil the pro orlctors arc'detenulaed to csccntc all work with which tlmy mtyjio lavored In tho neatest and best sr'.ylo of the art. Work may tfc ordered from any part of the Terrtuirv, nod, when accompanied with the cah, It will bo irrs...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 November 1871

Prtwoott, .Arlttotm 'territory. H5 r- r x s - - i satouoy-'morninm;, novemukk i, ivi tjiE DRAHA OF BLOOD. ,0u. thou local, page of tllls ijsuc .will.hc found the hill partk-uttirs of tlio latest acthj Uie'tlfanva of lilontl. Will anyone nk( ifport whouvrots tlio responsibility? I there one AWrican citizen, who has heard of the tiro ecedincs of tho Indian liurca.il in Ariotu, through Its representative, that will fail to jwint out the aasin 1 Let none claim that the cold-blooded, savage Apache, whose pro fession is murder, is responsible to God for the blood of these men. Widows nnd or phans cast upon the charity of a heartless worliH parents, sisters, brothers deprived forever of tup-society of that son and brother whoso" uiutjlatcd l)ody rests in an bumble grave among tho mountains of thet$auth wet, tho cause of your unutterable alHic t!on rests not with the agent, but with his master". The Indian simply pursues the career in which he has been encouraged, while ho follow hi vocatio...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly Arizona miner. — 18 November 1871

ill; ll. -U U LI' I X,ocul In!clliur!cc. - 1'jtiwooTT, November 18, 1ST1. A Movement Toward Vetsssancc. The Wlckentnirtf iiiiumkto nearly called forth another turrlble retribution on tliu heads of the flUrderert, nl tlio ImntU of our cltlcut. It t not iurirllnK Hint the people or Arlr.onn should have hecoinu well nlgti frenzluil by the criminal cour tcty shots n Hie Assassin of the Indian Iliireitu; the reult -of this frcn.y would, Inuvltitbl.v, have la-en the juttijiiMc massacre of every Indian on the l.tte Creek reservation, were It not lor the romptrtc confidence which the people have In ii n, Crook, and which, at the eleventh hour, In Sucnced them to let the matter ret In liU hand feelliiK satisfied that lie will do Justice lit the milter, o f.ir sis he ha authorliy to act. No soon er had it been established lieyond ihe possibility uliiiilsUkc that the murder a perpetrated by Indians and that the Indian were In part, If not wholly, Irom the Date Creels reservation, than a ymiy o...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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